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HINGHAM 

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Leslie J. Messina 
1982 



WeVe looked to you so many times 

To see your happy smiles 

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To talk a little while. 

WeVe laughed and shared with you 

A world of special things. 

WeVe learned from you the precious joys 

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ACT I 






Top row; Donald Pitcher, Bob, Jennifer Leahy, Aileen Cahil, David Buchwaiter, Jack, Niall Hood, Sean Murray, Dave Morara, David Zona, C.J. Sprito, Julie 
Supple, Mark Ellis, Coach Ryan. Middle row; Kevin Taylor, Kate Crawford, Skip Lindell, Peter King, Doug Tolle, Steve Leonard, Tony Cortese, Scott Webb, 
Chris Kent. Bottom row; Clare Cavanaugh, John Knab, Elizabeth Burnham, Luke Lambert, Walter Crowley, Andy Waples, Steve Richardson. 



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Dedian, David Mitchell, John Gainey, Brian Elsden, Jeffrey Marlette, James Canavan, John Norton, Greg Dirks. 3rd row — Michael Ricciarelh, James Capells, 
Ron Bitner, Steve Macaloon, Jonathan Hurley, James Sullivan, Randy Laughlin, David Brown, Michael Gnffin. 4th row — David Puleo, Michael Mullen, Eric 
Sherwin, Steve DiMartinis, Chris Carney, Edward White, Dino Pizzelli, William Hawkins, John Morton, Thomas Emler, Scott Waugh. 5th row — Russell 
Palmer, Chris Thompson, Eric Clapp, Dan Ciccolo, Steve Murphy, John Barker, Jeffrey Granitino, Ted Schrauth, Mark Igo, Ron Quain, Francis Duggan. 







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Top row;Coach Gordon, Donna Tole, Tina Burke, Beth Duggin, Eileen Decker, Joan Diggins, Kim Fandel, Gwen Hall, Leslie Bonnyman, Evan Fitswilliam, 
Patty Comer, Michelle Berard. Middle row; Ann Casey, Jeanie Haskins, Dianne Hernberg, Kathy Higgins, Kim Amonte, Sarah Shaw, Laura English, Alison 
Gustavson. Captains: Anne Gilbert, Chrissy Ayers, Jackie Ward. 



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Top row; Paul Tribuna, Torarinn Didriksen, Conrad Langenhagen, Jamie Mclnnes, Jim Canavan, Jeff Saplin, Ernie Vrahopoulos, Zep Shuhwerk, Peter 
Thompson, Coach Low. Middle row; Steve Baker, Mike Delay, Peter Navin, Patrick Murray, Jim Dimaggio, Tim Delay, John Mclnnes. Bottom row; Steve 
Gould, Doug McLaughlin, Captain Mark Navin, Captain Rick Troia, Captain David Sudduth, Chris Cataldo, Mike Shane. 



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BOYS SOCCER 



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Coach Williams, Andrea Mayer, Julie Chambers, Jeanie Ferare, Cindy Smith, Maura Reily, Niccole Ulrich, Christine Lambert, Lisa Seminaro, Kathlyn Cox, Lori 
Mayer, Coach Mewis. Middle row;Tanya Prime, Pam Winch, Julie Bradeen, Michelle Thorpe, Cheryl Alexander, Michelle Duffy, Kathy Michon, Lisa Murray, 
Dawn Quigley, Bottom row;Tina Alexander, Kathy Emens, Lynn Hallowel, Holly O'Sullivan, Kim Arkell, Mary Sprito, Nancy Emens. 



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Top row;Rob Hess, Tim Mundy, Mike O'Connel, Chris Messina, Chris Kondraki, Frank Messina, Dave Flynn, Ricky Cotter (coach). Middle row;Mike 
McGeoghan, Peter Petersen (capt.). Rick Libby, Chris Mahoney. 



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FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Jen Sacon, Pam 
Lynch, Debbie Duroni, Debbie Bello, Wendy 
Wright, Mary Lou Walsh, Sue Martel, Donna 
Creighton, Alison MacFadden, Kim Elliot, Nancy 
Keenan, Jackie Cutting. 





SOCCER CHEERLEADERS: Karen MacNa- 
mara, Karen Davis, Sue Jacobsen, Sue Parsons, 
Alison MacBean, Rhea Kanke, Nancy Sullivan, 
Stacey Dedian, Jackie Hunnefeld, CoUier Lin- 
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Top left: Miss Luciani (coach) Holly O'SuUivan, Laura McKenna, Ann Gilbert, Joan Diggins, Ann Marie Boyd, Bottom Left: Laurie Brown, Beth McCann, Kim * 
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Top Left; Donald Pitcher, David Morana, Chris Kent, Steve Leonard, Scott Webb, Kevin O'SulHvan, Niall Hood, John Cahill. 2nd row; Rod 
Langenhagen, DougTolle, CJ. Sprite, John Morse, Steve Richardson, Michael Horvath, Adam Mirov. 3rd row; Peter Megher Chip Mantville, George 
Hutt, Luke Lambert (captain), David Sudduth (captain), Conrad Langenhagen, Scott Waugh, Chris Thompson. 4th row; Coach Ryan, Tor Didrikson, 
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Lennie Cingnegrado, Kevin Taylor, Tony Amonte, Mike Venito Bottom left: Frank Messina, Tim Delay, Brian Rosenburg, Brian Lincoln, Pat Murray, Peter 
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Kelly Mitchell, Marlene Murry, Kathy Taursi, Christine Stevens, Susan Jakub, (captain) Missing: Wendy Larrabee, (captain), Michelle Veneto, Cindy Grogan, 
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Top left: Mike Daly, Dan Fulton, Jim Sullivan, Mike Levenson, Todd Eikinas, Coach Doug Bell. Bottom left: David Wafshaw, Michael Shane, David Caldorola, 
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ADMINISTRATION 

HINGHAM PUBLIC 

SCHOOLS 



LEWIS J. ERNST 
SUPERINTENDENT 




ROBERT NOVELLI 
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 



CHARLES VICKERY 
CURRICULUM COORDINATOR 





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CHARLES VICKERY 

PRINCIPAL 1967-1983 

HIS DOOR WAS ALWAYS OPEN TO US — 

STUDENTS ARE HIS CONCERN — 

THANK YOU — 




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ASSISTANT 
PRINCIPALS 



MARY ELLEN 
GALLAGHER 



ROBERT 
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THE SENIOR CLASS 
WELCOMES AS PRINCIPAL 

RICHARD McLEOD 




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Paul Abrahamson 



Peter Bailey 



Dan Leclerc 
Dept. Head 



Iris Gillard 




SOCIAL 

STUDIES 

DEPARTMENT 




Stephen Herrmann 



Richard Jensen 



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James Kirkcaldy 



David Lacatell 



Tamara Perelman 




Gordon Bates 



Richard Caldwell 



Jack Crowley 



Charles Dirk 




SCIENCE 
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Richard Frankhn 
Dept. Head 



Robert Magner 




John Penny 



Richmond Poole 



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ENGLISH 
DEPT. 




Marie Benard 



Marilyn Bennett 



Bud Berlenback 




Ronald Goba 
Dept. Head 



James Haviland 



Fred Jewett 



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Helen Silva 



Frank Tierney 



Alice Yacobian 




Steve Baisden 



Mike Borek 



Dorothy Galo 
Dept. Head 



MATH 
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Douglas Holley 



William Larson 



Claudia Leone 



Craig Low 




Steven Olson 



Paula Robertson 



Patricia Tierney 



Mark Worden 



FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPT 




Charles Finn 



Kevin McAuliffe 



Sir John Nionakis 
Dept. Head 



Carol Robinson 




Carmen Rodriguez 



Douglas Ryan 



Rhonda Tarr 



Lisa Wheeler 



CAFETERIA WORKERS 




A. Calvi, E. Powers, C. Hayes, C. Gratto, J. Griffin, 
T. Barilaro, M. Mealo 



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Jeffrey Browne 



Roger McClentic 
Dept. Head 



INDUST. 
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Maynard Johnson 



Richard Lawrence 
Dept. Head 



Robert Mewis 




Paul Noiseux 




Ted Patrolia 



Joseph Ryan 



BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 




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Jane Ellis 



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Lawrence Leahy 



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Don Sullivan 



Elizabeth Trubia 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 






Robert Barrett 
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Nan Driscoll 



Nancy Gustafson 



William McCallum 




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Jane Smith 



Cathieen Lynch 



Gale Nutter 
Dept. Head 



SPECIAL SERVICES 




Judy Mitchell 



Dorothy Schillig 



Elizabeth Hewlett 



Charlotte Falvey 




Margaret Condito 



Mary Connelly 



Betty Lincoln 



Joe Belton 



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MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 

1984 . . . 




Cheryl Alexander 
Today's dream is the threshold of 
tomorrow's discovery. 



James A. Allegra 



Kimberly A. Amonte 
It doesn't matter if you win or lose 
until you lose. 




Charles A. Arena 
Beware of the savage roar of 1984 



Linda Argiro 
We're in for nasty weather. 



Kimberly M. Arkell 
Don't walk in front of me, I may not 
follow. Don't walk behind me, I may 
not lead. Just walk beside me and be 
my friend. 



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Kathleen Arnold 
It doesn't matter where you been, as 
long as it was deep. B.D. AUIknowis 
the way I feel. When it's real, I keep it 
alive. "Oh wow" 





Margaret Balboni 
Make use of the future what we 
didn't in the past. . .Let the good 
times ride on, while our memories 
last. — Good luck class of '84 — 



Steven Asnes 



Christine Ayers 
Success in life can only be achieved 
through hard work and determina- 
tion. 




Kathy Balerna 
We have no more right to consume 
happiness without producing it than 
to consume wealth without produc- 
ing it. 




Scott A. Barnet 
Still water run deep. 



Mary Barbuto 
"Good bye" is not an ending but a 
different start for you. A time for 
making brand-new friends and seeing 
dreams come true . . . 



John Barker 



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Gary Bell 
Do not go where the path leads. 
Rather, go where there are no paths 
and leave a trail. 



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Jennifer L. Berry 
The most thoroughly wasted of all 
days is that on which one has not 
laughed. 



Joseph Paul Bellofatto 
I hate being corny, so I have no origi- 
nal quote. — ILAMF and M — 



Doreen Maria Bennett 
With the feeling of hope, peace, free- 
dom and happiness, I look upon the 
future without fear of failure. 




Lisbeth Bertucci 
To live your life in your own way, to 
reach for the goals you have set for 
yourself, to be the you that you want 
to be. . .That is success. 





Christine Blackwood 
Throughout our lives we have said 
many hellos and goodbyes to people 
we know; unfortunately, graduation 
is another goodbye. 



Michael Bickford 
It appears to be a vigorous climb over 
this mountain of trial and tribulation, 
but when you reach the peak you find 
that the real run was in the journey 
itself. BCC '84 



Dan Bishop 
Dreams never die — they only come 
true. 



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Lisa Blake 
Yesterday has past. Tomorrow may 
never come. I will live for today until 
my life is done. Good Luck 




Laurie Brown 
To overlook the little things in life is 
to miss the biggest part of life itself. 



Sylvie C. Bonnichon 



Julie Crafts Bradeen 
"The Boat" 





Elizabeth Burnham 
If you're never scared or embar- 
rassed or hurt, it means you never 
take any chances. 



Joe Bucki 
A ship is safe in a harbor; but that is 
not what a ship is for. 



Marjorie Love Burgess 
One does not make friends, one rec- 
ognizes them. Thanks Mom and Dad, 
I love you. 



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Jennifer Burtner 
We're always proving who we are, 
always reaching for that rising star . . . 
To guide me far and shine me 
home. . .out here on my own. 





Marc Cadieux 
Love many, trust few; always paddle 
your own canoe. 



Patrick Butler 



Susan M. Byrne 
If you can't take me for what I am, 
don't take me at all. "The summer of 
•83.M.E.F.,R.J.C.,R.M.L.,B.R.J.S.,P.B. 
and A.T. 




David Caldarola 
A true fool runs through the grass, 
laughing as he flies, never will he die. 
— profound, ain't it. 





Joseph Canonico 
"Walk through the land of creation, 
we're the generation who trod 
through great tribulation" — Robert 
Marley — 



Chris Calvi 
We, the unwilling, led by the un- 
knowing, are doing the impossible 
for the ungreatful. 



James D. Canavan 

The wages of sin is death, but the gift 

of God is eternal life. Rom 6:33 



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John J. Capano 
Hey dudes, How's life? Know what 
the magician knows and it's not magic 
anymore! Hey Alfred, thanks for ev- 
erything! 





Patrice Carroll 
It is not the winning, but the taking 
part that counts. 



Sarah Carr 
If all the good people were clever, 
and all the clever people were good, 
the world would be nicer than ever 
we thought that it possible could. 




Andrew F. Carter 
"There are places I'll remember. In 
my life, though some have changed, 
some forever, not for better, some 
have gone and some remain." — John 
Lennon 





Clare Cavenaugh 
All the dust the wind blew high 
appeared like gold in the sunset sky. 
But I was one of the children told, 
some of the dust was really gold. — 
Robert Frost — 



Ann Casey 
It's the dream afraid of waking that 
never takes the chance. 



Chris Cataldo 
As a philosopher once said, "Hitch 
your wagon to a star ..." Well why is 
it always cloudy when I try? 



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Patricia Anne Chirillo 
Happiness is not having what you 
want, but wanting what you have. — 
Good luck class of '84 — 



Daniel Ciccolo 

It helps to think of rock music as a 
youth's way of getting even for spin- 
ach. 




Joanna Clifford 
I do not leave here to repeat past 
accomplishments, but to meet new 
challenges. 




Leah Coburn 
Never imagine yourself not to be 
otherwise than what it might appear 
to others that what you were or might 
have been was not otherwise than 
what you had been would have 
appeared to them to be otherwise. — 
Lewis Carroll — 



Catherine Cole 
Homework is no laughing matter. 



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Ellen Colleran 



Peter Collier 
The pioneers of a warless world are 
the young men and women who re- 
fuse military service. — Albert Ein- 
stein — 



Keith Comeau 




Adam Conrad 
Where there is faith, there is love. 
Where there is love there is peace. 
Where there is peace, there is God. 
Where there is God, there is not 
need. 




Christine "Moog" Coyle 
I am what I am. To look for reasons is 
beside the point . . . TOODLES!! 



Chris Copye 
I hope I make it through the year. 



Julie Ruth Couillard 



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Walter Crowley 
Seize this day! Begin now! Each day 
is a new life. Seize it. Live it. For in 
today already walks tomorrow. 



Dawna Creighton 
Our memories of yesterday will last a 
lifetime. We'll take the best, forget 
the rest, and someday we'll find these 
are the best of times. Fiestas Forever. 



Jeffrey P. Crowell 
May God bless all who were involved 
with me in this great learning experi- 
ence called 'High School'. 




Sean M. Culbert 
You never know until you try it 
twice. 





Lorine Dawe 
I shall pass through this world but 
once. If, therefore, there be any 
kindness I can show, or any good 
thing I can do, let me do it now; let 
me not defer it or neglect it, for I shall 
not pass this way again. — Etienne de 
Grellet — 



Jacquelyn L. Cutting 



Karen Davis 
If my eyes can see it, and my heart can 
believe it; I know I can achieve it! 



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James Demaggio 



David Delano 
If you do not think of the future, you 
cannot have one. 



Darlene P. Deiuze 
Taurus . . . There are many languages 
in this large world but a smile speaks 
them all! . . .Thank you D.M.M. and 
A.B.L. for being such good friends! 





Stephen William Dempsey 
Don't take life too seriously . . . you'll 
never get out of it alive. 



Stephen Doody 
Mark Igo for president. 



Russell Dennis 



Steven DiMartinis 



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Robert Dorion 
It may seem a million miles away, but 
it gets a little closer every day. 





Michael A. Duffy 
When all else fails we can whip the 
horses' eye and make them sleep and 
cry. . . — J.D.M. — 



Elaine Drown 
If your imagination and your dreams 
run away from you, run after them. 



John R. Duff 
Better to die for change than to live 
with what exists. 




Michelle Anne Duffy 
Faith, Family and Friends; I am in- 
deed wealthy. 





Henry J. DuLaurence IV 
Run, run rabbit run. Dig that hole, 
forget the Sun. And when at last, the 
work is done, don't sit down it's time 
to start another one. 



Aileen Bernadette Duggan 
Do I dare disturb the universe? In a 
minute there is time for decisions and 
revisions which a minute will reverse. 



Francis Duggan 



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Mary Dwyer 
The secret of life is enjoying the pas 
sing of time. 



Kim Elliott 



Kathi Emens 
I have promises to keep, and miles to 
go before I sleep. 




Jeffrey Ertman 
Music can render words almost un- 
important. 





Robert Fandel 
The world is a looking-glass, and 
gives back to every man the reflec- 
tion of his own face. Thanks mom 
and dad, Steve and the gang. 



Jason F.B. Fadden 
As long as you care nothing else mat- 
ters. 



Claire Fahie 
A smile costs nothing but gives 
much. It enriches those who receive, 
without making poorer those who 
give. It takes but a moment, but the 
memory of it sometimes lasts 
forever. 



119 




James T. Farnham 
Save the loons — Knowledge comes 
but wisdom lingers. 




Michelle Faubert 



Brian Ferguson 
The only path to reality is through 
the forest. 




Carol French 
Hold on to your dreams, though 
sometimes it's hard. Just hold your 
head up and reach for the stars. Hold 
onto your dreams, though they seem 
far away, and those dreams will come 
true, somehow, someway! 



Cynthia M. Fredie 



Emily "M" Freeman 
Something witty but profound, origi- 
nal but enduring, and encompassing 
my entire personality.' OK. . . "It's 
been real." I trust C period will not 
forget the meaning of life . . . 



120 



SMILE! 





Meg Garrity 
Take me down alleys where the mur- 
ders are done in a vast high powered 
rocket to the core of the sun. Want to 
read books in the studys of men. 
Born on the breeze and die on the 
wind. 



Allen R. Furey Jr. Doug Galpin 

When the morning gather the rain- A winner never quits. A quitter nev- 
bow want you to know I am a rainbow er wins. 
too. B.M.W. 





Ann Gilbert 
We should all be judged by what we 
search for in life rather than by what 
we find. 



Jeff Granatino 
There is only one success: to spend 
your life your own way. 



Karen E. Glasheen 
You are only what you are when no 
one is looking. 



Tom Goba 
Live today — For yesterday's gone 
and tomorrow may not come. 



121 




John Patrick Grassl 
Most likely to succed 




Alison Weir Gustafson 
Without friends no one would 
choose to live, though he had all 
other goods. 



David Gregoire 
We all know, that people are the 
same wherever you go. 



David "Dee" Griffin 
It is the quality that counts, and not 
the quantity 




Kathy Ann Hackett 
1 am not afraid of tomorrow, for I 
have seen yesterday, and I love to- 
day. 




James Hanlon 
See ya at the reunion! 



Sarah Haff Jay W. Hallowell 

I love life, but sometimes it gets sog- Can you picture what will be. . .so 
gy in milk. Florida '83, Bahamas '84! limitless. . .and free. . . 



122 




Kathy Hanson 
It matters not how long we live, but 
how. 




Andrea P. Hart 
He who keeps his heart young and 
his expections high, never allows his 
dreams to die. 



Christopher Harvey 
Oz never did give nothin' to the tin 
man . . . that he didn't already have. 




Stephen P. Heney 
It takes love over gold and mind over 
matter to do what you do that you 
must; when things that you hold can 
fall and be shattered or run through 
your fingers like dust. 





Matthew P. Hickey 
The most familiar paths are for those 
who wish to be uniformly the same, 
and those who wish to be uniformly 
different. The individual who forges 
his own path is truly unique. 



Diane Hernberg 
If you love something set it free. If it 
comes back it is yours. If it doesn't it 
was never meant to be. "GH" 



Robert Hess 
Give to the world the best you have, 
and the best will come back to you. 



123 




Linda Hirtle 
To live your life in your own 
way. . .To reach the goals you have 
set for yourself. . . To be the you that 
you want to be . . . That is success. 




Stephen W. Horte 




Michael Thomas Karl Horvath 
I do profess to be no less than I seem, 
to love him that is honest, to con- 
verse with him that is wise and says 
little, to fight when I cannot choose, 
and to eat no fish. — Shakespeare 



Lisa Hume 
You are young and life is long and 
there is time to kill today. And then 
one day you find 10 years have got 
behind you, no one told you when to 
run, you missed the starting gun. 




Mark Igo 
Half my life is full of sorrow, half of 
joy, still fresh and new; One of these 
lives is a fancy, but the other one is 
true. 



Jonathan D. Hurley 
The purpose in life is not to be just 
happy, but to matter and be produc- 
tive. That will bring happiness. 



David M. lacomini 
Promise yourself to be too large for 
worry, too noble for anger, too 
strong for fear, and too happy to per- 
mit the presence of trouble. 



124 







Cindi Ingalls 
Make way for the conductor of the 
crazy-train. . . 




Mark H. Invernizzi 




Stacey Hogan 
"Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams 
die, life is a broken winged bird that 
can not fly." 



Susan Jacobson 
Just remember in the winter far be- 
neath the bitter snow, lies the seed, 
that with the sun's love, in the spring 
becomes the rose. 




Jennifer James 
Dare to do what you dream. Search 
your heart to know what you most 
desire to do; then do it, for you can 
become by perseverance what you 
long to be. 



Julie Ann Joyce 
Friendship is love without his wings. 



George Joncas 
Accept people for what they are not 
what you want them to be. 



Jennifer Jordan 
Chok'd with ambition of the meaner 
sort. — Shakespeare The mind of the 
man is the man himself. — Cicero 



125 




Susan Elizabeth Joyce 
The happiest people seem to be 
those who have no particular cause 
for being happy except that they are 
so. 





Nancy B. Keenan 
Our good times have come and gone, 
and our memories will last a lifetime, 
but the best is yet to come. — Good 
luck to the Senior Class of 1984. 
Thanx mom and dad. 



Rhea Sue Kanke 
You never fail until you stop trying 



Elizabeth Keating 
What is life with time and care if you 
don't take time to stop and stare. 





Dana F. Klay 
U 2 . . .the 
band. . .SonCity. . .Stewey! . . .From 
dust to dust our lives fade away/We 
are the wind's empty sighing/Vanity, 
all is vanity/ All but The Cross/ All but 
His Dying. 



Thomas J. Kent 



Robert Douglas Keyes 
When this you see, remember me. 
Bare me in your mind. Let all the 
world say what they may. Speak of 
me as you find. 



126 




John Knab 
Live each day as if it were your last — 
For one day you are sure to be right. 




Luke M. Lambert 
A chip on the shoulder indicates 
there is wood higher up. 



Christopher Kozlow 



Renee LaBonte 
Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, 
live today. 




Erik James Larson 
I will choose a path that's clear; I will 
choose free will. 



Conrad V. Langenhagen Kenneth W. Lapham 

The best is bought only at the cost of "It don't mean a thing. . . " — Duke 
great pain. Ellington — 



127 




Elizabeth Ashley Lawless 
The wise man lives to never need in 
life, for he has the knowledge to 
know. Only then can he take what he 
truly wants for life; Giving him the 
privilege of endless power to accept 
any challenges life has to show him. 




Bryant C. Ling 
For to me, to live is Christ and to die 
is gain. If only for this life we have 
hope in Christ, we are to be pitied 
more that all men. Phil. 1:21, I Cor. 
15:19 



Steven License 



Collier Ann Lincoln 
If you see someone without a smile, 
give them one of yours. 




Curtis Ling 
Greater is He that is in me than he 
that is in the world. 




Allison Jane MacBean 
And when the night is cloudy there is 
still a light that shines on me. Shine 
until tomorrow, let it be. 



Lori Lopaus 



Michael Lydon 



128 




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Judith M. MacCune 
Whenever I feel like working I lie 
down till the feeling goes away. 




Allison Marie MacPhadden 
These years have been but a small 
fraction of the life we have left to live, 
but they have been memorable ones. 



Michael MacDonald 



Graham MacNeil 
It is excellent to have a giant's 
strength, but tyrannous to use it like a 
giant. 




Karen "Mai" Malme 
3e who you are, not what others want 
^ou to be. 



Lauren J. Marca Mary Beth Margotta 

Let the world know you as you are If you have a dream follow it, for 
not as you think you should be. dreams are what futures are made of. 



129 




Julie M. Matheson 
Good friends — Good times 
Good bye. 



Daniel Richard McDonald 
'Book 'em" — Steve McGarret 



Joseph Mayer 
It's been fun, but the good times have 
just begun. 



Elizabeth McCormack 
Always save souvenirs of the past so 
you won't think it was all a dream. 




Paula McDonough 
Promise's promises 



John McKenna 



130 




Stacey McLaughlin 
It's been a long hard haul, but now it's 
time to move on. There's nothing but 
blue skies and smooth sailing ahead. 
IT FEELS GREAT TO BE FREE. 




Scot McViney 



Douglas McLoud 
I am bringing all my energies to bear 
on this one thing: forgetting the past 
and looking forward to what lies 
ahead. Phil. 3:13, K.B., M.S. 



Karen Ann McNamara 
Too much of everything is just 
enough. 





AUison Mills 
Now you can get on with your search 
baby, an' I can get on with mine, and 
maybe someday we will find that it 
wasn't really wasted time... — 
Eagles — 



Kathy Michon 
He is no fool who gives what he can- 
not keep to gain what he can not lose. 



Douglas Hale Miller 
You don't get to choose how you're 
going to die. Or when. You can only 
decide how you're going to live. 
Now. — Joan Baez — 



131 





Tracey Lee Mitchell 
Remember yesterday, Dream about 
tomorrow, but Live for today! ! 



Tony Moore 
Let him that would move the world, 
first move himself. 143, CD 



Patricia Lynne Moody Joseph Anthony Mooney 

To cease to think is but little different Finally out. 
from ceasing to be. 




James Moore 
Imagination is everything. — Albert 
Einstein — 




Michael F. Mullen 
F.G.LO. — Thank God It's Over. 



David Morris 



John Dwight Morton 
What you own is your own kingdom, 
what you do is your own glory. What 
you love is your own power, what 
you live is your own story. In your 
head is the answer, let it guide you 
along. Let your heart be the anchor, 
and the beat of your own song. — 
Niel Peart — 



132 




Laura Mulrooney 
The way you lead no one may follow; 
that path is for your steps alone. — 
Grateful Dead S.P. — 




Debbie Murley 
No one is a failure who is enjoying 
life. 



Tim Mundy John S. Murdy 

Life on Thursday is tougher than on We all live under the same sky, but 
any other day. don't all have the same horizon. 




Ellen Murphy 
The most utterly lost of all days is that 
in which you have not once laughed. 




Elisa Murray 
Shoot at the sun and you may hit a 
star. . . 



Jayne Murphy 
The moments may be temporary, but 
the memories last forever. 



Steven Murphy 



133 




Patrick Murray 
If you are keeping your lead when all 
about you are losing theirs and blam- 
ing it on you then you obviously 
don't understand the problem. 




Sue Murray 
Don't cry over yesterday. Learn to 
live today. The promise of tomorrow 
is just a dream away. 



Mark Navin 
Humor is a reminder that no matter 
how high one sits on one's throne, 
one sits on one's bottom. 




Dimitri John Nionakis 
The great hope of society is indi- 
vidual character. 




Lee Ann O'Donoghue 



Amy Novakoff 
A faithful friend is a strong defense; 
and he that hath found such an one 
hath found a treasure. 



Rob Nyman 
God grant me the serenity to accept 
the things I cannot change, courage 
to change the things I can, and the 
wisdom to know the difference. 



134 




James Walter O'Brien 
Some people reach the top of their 
ladders of life and realize it's been 
leaning against the wrong wall. 




John O'Brien 
People asking questions lost in con- 
fusion. I tell them there's no prob- 
lems, only solutions. 



Kathleen O'Donnell 
There never seems to be enough 
time to do the things you want to do 
once you find them. 




Kevin Edward O'Sullivan 
No matter how hard you pull, you 
can't get those knots out. — D. 





Susan J. Parsons 
Let's go up, and forget about down. 



Russell D. Palmer 
With all it's sham, drudgery and 
broken dreams, it is still a beautiful 
world. Be careful. Strive to be happy. 



Susan Palmer 



135 





Peter Petersen 
People who matter are most aware 
that everyone else does too. 



Andrea Kristin Pearse 
What is lovely never dies but passes 
into other loveliness. 



Amorette Pedersen 
The trouble with many of us is that in 
trying times we stop trying. 




James Petersen 
Got no time to spend enroute. The 
time has come to be gone. And 
though our health we drank a 
thousand times; It's time to ramble 
on. 




Keith Petipas 
Finally be strong in the Lord and in 
his mighty power. Put on the full 
armor of God so that you can take 
your stand against the devil's 
schemes. — Beakers Forever — 



Elizabeth McCann 
"Your love has been the key to my 
peace of mind." 



136 




Nancy M. Pizzelli 



Michelle Plouffe 




Arlene Powell 
Life is a game of chances so I'll take 
my chances on you. 




Ronald Quain 
Today Baseball, Tomorrow Lacrosse. 



Kim Power 



David A. Puleo 
One makes mistakes: that is life. But 
it is never quite a mistake to have 
loved. 



137 




Deborah Reidy 
A friend is one who doesn't need a 



reason. 



Megan Reilly 
True happiness consists not in true 
multitude of friends but in the worth 
and choice. 




Michael Patrick Ribaudo 
You must do the best you can with 
what you have, what you are and what 
you have become. 





Steven J. Richardson 
If you can't be with the one you love, 
love the one you're with. — CSN. 
Cross Country, Indoor and Outdoor 
track, AFS: Stay Gold! 



Maia Christina Ricci 
He is no fool who gives what he can 
not keep to gain what he can not lose. 
(Jim Elliot — Martyred in Equador) 



Michael Ricciarelli 



138 




Caroline Rocha 
I'll always remember the good old 
days, the sweet memories of yester- 
day. Candy 'O 




Peter Rogalski 
Something wicked this way comes. 



Susan Everhart Rodgers 
... I am free, yes I'm free now. I'm on 
my way. — Earth, Wind and Fire — 



Lydia Carr Rodman 
Do you ever get the feeling that the 
story is too damn real and in the 
present tense. 




Elizabeth Rogers 
Where there is a will, there always is a 
way. JS-M.V. 83, SB chatrats; la- 
crosse 



David Routhier 
School is memories and memories 
don't last. 



Robert E. Romano 



Hope Ramano 
Live so that you can look any man in 
the eye and tell him to go to hell. 



139 




Gwen Schuler 



Lisa E. Sargent 
Ask and it will be given to you; seek 
and you will find; knock and the door 
will be opened for you. Matthew 7:7 



Jon E. Schrauth 




Amy Ellen Schwartz 
If you have anything really valuable 
to contribute to the world it will 
come through the expression of your 
own personality, that single spark of 
divinity that sets you off and makes 
you different from every other living 
creature. 





Shawn Severance 
It's been such a long time, I really 
must be going. Time doesn't wait for 
me. It keeps on going ... — Boston — 



Kimberly Diane Miller 
"Follow your dreams and they will 
come true." Thank you Mom & Dad. 



Valerie Ann Scottron 
Having a friend is the best thing there 
is. To my family and all my friends, "I 
love you." 



140 





Sarah Shaw 
When the cake falls, make a pudding! 



Phil Smith 
The kids will dance and shake their 
bones, and politicians throw their 
stones. Ashes to ashes, all fall down. 
Long live BCC '84. 



Eric Sherwin 



David L. Skulsky 
Don't stop thinkin' about tomorrow! 
It will soon be here! — Fleetwood 
Mac — 




Francis R. Spellman Jr. 
The pessimist sees the difficulty in 
every opportunity; the optimist, the 
opportunity in every difficulty. 





Jennifer Street 
Respect me for what I am, not for 
what you want me to be. Also re- 
member it's nice to be important but 
more important to be nice! Good 
luck B.R.,S.B.,N.P.,P.B.,P.T., and 
the whole class of '84. J.S. + J.L. 
4-ever. 



John Stevenson 
The night is young there's no where 
to hide. The sky's the limit let's go for 
a ride. 



Kathy Stoehr 
The Lord God maketh my feet like 
hinds' feet and setteth me upon mine 
High Places. — Psa. 18:33. 



141 




Lisa M. Striano 
Artists are the realists of all people, 
only because we dare to be ourselves. 



David B. Sudduth 
We can't return, we can only look 
behind from where we came. And go 
round and round and round in the 
circle game. 



James J. Sulhvan 




Suzanne Tanner 
Jesus said, "I am the light of the 
world. Whoever follows me will nev- 
er walk in darkness, but will have the 
light of life." John 8:12 



Kenneth Thomas 



142 




Pamela Thornton 
Half our life is spent trying to find 
something to do with the time we 
have rushed through life trying to 



Brian Tiernan 



save. 




John Tribuna 
Footsteps echo in the corridors of 
time. Behind the past is left. The fu- 
ture lies with brightness ahead. Good 
friends, good times together spent. 




Rick Troia 
Although I may have a great many 
faults, and one might be this senior 
quotation. I did learn a lot in the last 
12 years which to you may be a great 
fascination. 



Elaine Susan Trudell 
Remember: The ox is slow, but the 
earth is patient. 



143 




Robin Urbati 
A friend is there before you know it, 
to lend a hand before you ask it, and 
give you love just when you need it 
most. 




Mark C. Viden 
It is so completely unimportant. That 
is why it is interesting. 



James F. Vigneau 
What is this life if, full of care, we 
have no time to stand and stare. 




Rebecca Lynn Vrzal 
Shakespeare is dead, my spoogle 



Denise Wallace 
Love does not make the world go 
'round. Love is what makes the ride 
worthwhile. 



Mary Lou Walsh 



144 




Jacqueline Ward 
One can endure sorrow alone but it 
takes two to be glad. 



Siobhan Watson 
The nearer your destination, the 
more you're slip slidin' away. 



Kimberly Beth Wells 





Teresa A. Welsh 
I cannot change yesterday. I can only 
make the most of today, and look 
with hope toward tomorrow. 



Deborah Willis 
A verdadeira amizade nunca morre A 
distancia nao a diminui e O tempo 
nao a destroi. 



James L. Weston 
When the world is running down, 
you make the best of what's still 
around. 



Gary Whyte 



145 




Allen J. Wilson 
. . . And as the eagle leaves the nest, 
it's time for us to go . . . 




Wendy Wright 



Pamela A. Winch 
God's gift to you is yourself; your gift 
to God is what you make of yourself 



Deborah Ann Wisleder 
There is no such thing as "best" in a 
world of individuals. — Hugh 
Prather — 




Catherine Margaret Young 
So many roads to choose. We start 
our walking and learn to run. We're 
only just begun. 





\l 






Kimberly Marie Zona 
I have tomorrow in my dreams of 
today. I am the future, I'll find the 
way. 



Becky Zeller 
Do not fear the shadows for they just 
mean that there is light somewhere 
nearby. 



Cheryl Zona 
Life is what you make of it, life is 
being kind, hfe is being thoughtful, 
and it's just a "STATE OF MIND" — 
Nicky Sully — 



146 



FOREIGN EXCHANGE 

STUDENTS 




Hugo Eduardo Barrios 
AFS Es laTelarana que atrapa amigos 



Helen Bearley 



Fernando Casas Varela 
Si tu quieres tener experiencias tu 
camino es por Rotary. 




Anne-Louise Kurzen 



Eduardo Nettle 
En la vida hay cosas magicas. Cuando 
llegamos a caprarlas, vemos que esta 
tiene otro sentido Ortiga. 



147 




Joe Bucki 



Katherine Gillespie 



Lawrence Healey 



Jennifer Burns 



Mary Carter 



David Goodwin 



John Gray 



Kathy Higgins 



Brian Hoffses 



Donna Devito 




Eileen Hayden 




Stephen Hoffses 




Douglas Hooper 



Linda Hume 



George Hutt 



Susan Jakub 




Allison Macphadden 

4^. ^ 







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Lisa Murphy 



Ellen Marrocco 



Terrence McDonough 



Gerard Murphy 




William Walker 



Caroline Caniff 



Donald Losordo 




Kimberley Miller 



Harold Phipps 



Lisa Sorentino 



Cassandra Stonis 



149 



FRENCH 
CLUB 



Kenneth Carr, Jeanne Gatnik, Lisa McGowan, 
Murielle Joublin, Susan Johnson, Rebecca 
Vrzal, Miss Tarr, Michelle Coulone, Wendy 
Haviland, Amy Goulden, Erin Kelleher. 




DEBATE 
TEAM 



L-R, Top to Bottom, Lisa Emery, Sonia Mur- 
ray, Stephanie Ponte, Christine Pierie, Jason 
Fadden, Maureen Fitzpatrick, Dawn Bryan- 
ton, Paul Abreu, Alice Yacobian, Advisor, 
Erica Larsen, John Capano, Jennifer Burtner, 
David Gregoire, James Haviland, — Advisor. 



150 





A.F.S. 



Sallt Schwalm, Patty Comer, Peter Delano, Ross Condit, Chris Harvey, Bill Brewer, Edith McClentic, Helen Brearley, Eduardo Nettle, Hugo Barrios, Mark 
Cadero, Sean Cafferty, Sethany Harvey, John Cannon, Jeff Grever, Andrea Thompson, Jen James, Jay Hallowell, Fernando Casas, Shelley Kanke, Patty 
O'Reagan, Jen Ballou, Lynn Hallowell, Steve Richardson, Ted Blazak, Brian Phifer, Nicky Ulrich (rep), Jen Burtner, Steve Horte, Lisa Battista, Sandy Martin, 
Mike Shane, Wendy Larrabee, Amy Vrzal, Tony Cortese, Trish Taylor, Marc Orlandino, Alex Lagos, Glenn Wilson, Steve Leonard, Dawn Bryanton, Debbie 
WiUis, AOison Smith, Jen Budgett, Joe Bucki, Kenny Carr, Roland Bourdon, John Mathews, Sean Culbert (vice pres.), Torarin Didrikson, Debbie Bourdon, 
Anne-Louise Kurzen, Maureen McCarthy, Son ja Murray (rep), Sabrina Dunlap, Julie Chambers, Jen Martin Not Shown: Judy Spivak (sec) Jen Jordan (treas) 
Lauren Marcq (pres) Skip Lindell (rep) 

151 




SKI CLUB 



152 



Todd Sherwin Chris Thayer, Michael Summerville, Phil Colleran, John Hurley, Jay Halowell, Eric Livingston, Betsy Brown, Julie Supple, 
Joe Mayer Leon Merian, Steve Baker, Nicky Ullrich, Rob Fandell, Nancy Cunningham, Deirdre Cavanaugh, Dimitn Nionakis, John 
Cannon, Diane Reynolds', Hadley Donaldson, Julie Joncas, Clare Cavanaugh, Lee McCormick, Ginny Smith, Liz Burnham, Jenny Berry, 
Doug Miller, Heather Miller, Yvette Spirito, Sue Rogers, Tim Carr 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

1st row: Jason Fadden, Frank Spellman, Michelle Duffy, Ann Gilbert, Kim Potter, Jen Hendricks 2nd row: Bob Zaccardi, Steve 
Baker, Mary Sprito, Julie Supple, Joan Diggins, Jamie Mclnnes, Andy Needle, Ted Blazak 3rd row: Jay Sullivan, Steven 
McAloon, Sue Rogers, Mark Stuart, Kim Cox, Colline Brady, Michelle Doran, John Mclnnes, Chris Pimentell, Bill Eaton, Leon 
Merian 4th row: Elizabeth Burnham, Jen Hale, Betsy Brown, Julie Chambers, Julie Ward, Jen Sacon, Janet Quain, Michelle 
Berard, Tracy Mara 5th row: Frank Duggan, Brenda Kennedy, Sarah Shaw, Kathi Emens, Sue Jacobson, Rachel Winokur, Lisa 
Theopolis, Debbie Duroni, Lisa Murray, Erin Kelleher, Kendra Schrauth, Deidra Cavanaugh 6th row: Dimitri Nionakis, Diane 
Hernberg, Jeff Granatino, Ted Schrauth, Patrice Carol, Ann Casey, Lee McCormack, Clare Cavanaugh 7th row: Chrissy Wade, 
Jen Budgett, Tricia Downing, Jane Foster, Peter Collier, Walter Crowley 



153 




DRAMA CLUB 



154 Top Left: Laura Barnett, Laura Carter, Lisa Theopolis 2nd Left; Charlie Dillaway, Andrea Sullivan, Eric Livingston 3rd Left: Katie Longo, 

Jennifer James, Patty O'Reegan, Julie Coullard 4th Left: Jamie Mclnnes, Kendra Moyer, Ken Lapham, Jen Budgett, Kim Chapman 5th Left: 
Joanne Potosko, Mark Viden, Chrissy Coyle, Jim Moore 6th Left: Jen Jordon, John O'Brien, Joseph Mayer 7th Left: Deborah Wisleder, 
Jennifer Burtner, Heather Ross 




HARBOLITE 
STAFF 



Top Left: Mark Viden, Ken Lapham, Dimitri Niona- 
kis, Jen Jordan Eileen Duggan Middle Left: Jen 
Budget, Peter Carr, John Duff, George Hutt, Sally 
Shwam, Amy Pederson Bottom Row: Stephanie 
Chris Pierce, David lacomini, Jennifer Burtner, Matt 
Hurley 



Harbolite 
Editors 



lark Viden, Dimitri Nionakis, Amy Pederson, Jen 
3rdan, John Duff 




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Frank Duggan 
Darthmouth Book Award 




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Frank Spellman 
Colby Book Award 



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156 



Kathy Michon 
Mount Holyoke Book Award 



Anne Gilbert 
Havard Book Award 




John Duff 
Brown Book Award 




Dimitri Nionakis 
Suffolk Book Award 




Debora Wisleder 
Princeton Book Award 



SOPH. 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



Diedra Cavanaugh, Steve Baker, Leon 
Merian, John Mclnnes 





STUDENT 
ADVISORY 
COUNCIL 

TO THE 
SCHOOL 

COMM. 



Peter Collier, Michelle Duffy, Dimitri Niona- 
kis, Kathy Emans 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Frank Spellman 
President 



Clare Cavenaugh 
Secretary 



John Duff 
Vice President 



James Farnham 
Treasurer 



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COLOUR GUARD 

Left to Right: Jenene Gervazi, Debbie Borden, Tina Lawrence, Cheryl Flagg, Debbie Reidy, Lisa Batista, Miss Murray, Miss 
Tompson. 




STUDENT 
COUNCIL 
OFFICERS 



Sarah Shaw, Kim Potter, Frank Duggan, Di- 
ane Hernberg 




JUNIOR 
OFFICERS 



Mary Sprite, Evan Fitzwilliam, Linda 
Spallouzzi, missing: Marie Doyle 



STUDENT 

ADVISORS TO 

THE STATE 

BOARD OF 

EDUCATION 



Sean Culbert and Mary Dwyer 




MATH 
TEAM 



top row left; Curtis Ling, Bill, John Sargent, Mike Robin- 
son. 2nd row: Maurice Ling, Tony Cortese, Kenny Carr, 
David Gregoire, Bryant Ling. 3rd row: Emily Freeman, 
Sue Smith, Becky Vrzal, Elaine Trudell, Jeff Crowell, 
Karen Glasheen, Jon Jones. 





SPANISH 
CLUB 



Yvette Sprito, Sue Smith, Kate, Tony Cortese, Some- 
one's sister, Michael Hovath, Chrissy Coyle, Conrad 
Langenhagen, C. Rodriguez, Joe Bucki, Jennifer Jordan, 
Pam Winch. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

Top Row: Kathy Balerna, Kim Potter, Steve Murphy, Jay Sullivan, Michael Horvath 2nd Row: Dimitri Nionakis, Rob Hess, John Knab, 
Pat Murray, Frank Spellman, Stephen Heney. 3rd Row: Frank Duggan, Katy Arnold, Leah Coburn, Deborah Wisleder, Emily Freeman, 
Curtis Ling, Julie Joyce, Miai Ricci, Elisa Murray. 4th Row: Ann Casey, Cheryl Alexander, Karen Glasheen, Conrad Langenhagen, Jeff 
Crowell, Luke Lambert. 5th Row: Elaine Trudell, Hope Romano, Kathy Michon, Ann Gilbert, Linda McLaughlin, Laura English, David 
Gregoire, Bryant Ling. 6th Row: Kathy Hanson, Mary Dwyer, Mark Viden, John Duff, Erik Larson, Graham McNeil, Pam Winch. 7th 
Row: Becky Zeller, Becky Vrzal, Jen Jordan, Lisa Sargent. 



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top row: Jeff Griever, Jamie Mclnnes, Billy Brewer, Mike O'Connell 2nd row: Michelle Plouffe, Tina Lawrence, Paula McDonough 
Sue Joyce, Lee Ann O'Donoughe. 3rd row: Sabrina Dunlap, Stephanie Harvey, Charlie DiUaway, Debbie Lapham, Heather Ross 4th 
row: Joanne Potsko, Chrissy Coyle, Jim Moore, Ken Lapham, Jennifer James. 5th row: Kendra Moyer, Kristm McNair, Patty 
O'Reegan, Alexandra Anabel 6th row: Mindy Heller, Mary Lengloises. Debbie Borden 



YEAR 
BOOK 
STAFF 



top row: Ann Casey, Jennifer Burtner, Jim 
Farnham, Patrice Carroll, Jay Sullivan, 
Michael Horvath 2nci row: Jen Jordan, 
Kathy Hanson, Kathy Young, Lorine 
Dawe, Kathy Emmons, Pam Winch 3rd 
row: Sue Jacobson, Deborah Wisleder, 
David lacomini w/camera, Kim Arkell, 
Cyndi Fredie 





YEAR 

BOOK 

EDITORS 



Michael Horvath, Jim Farnham, Patrice 
Carroll. 



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THE YEARBOOK STAFF WISHES TO THANK 

THE FOLLOWING PATRONS: 

MR. & MRS. ALFRED G. BARNET 

HENRY AND BARBARA BISHOP 

MR. & MRS. JOHN M. BURNHAM 

CAVANAUGH FAMILY 

ROBERT AND ELIZABETH CLIFFORD 

MR. AND MRS. FRED DUFFY 

MR. & MRS. RAYMOND R. DWYER 

ROY AND MARION ELLIOTT 

CHESTER AND MELINDA FIELD 

MR. & MRS. MACGREGOR FREEMAN 

MR. & MRS. JULIAN FREDIE, JR. 

MR. & MRS. STEPHEN HART 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH E. HENEY 

PAUL AND DIANE HICKEY 

DR. BENI & DR. RAGNHILD HORVATH 

MR. & MRS. RICHARD F. KEENAN 

PAMELA PENNY LAPHAM 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES MALME 

DR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MICHON 

CARYL AND MARK MUNDY 

MR. & MRS. JOHN P. NIONAKIS 

MS. JUDY PEDERSEN 

MR. & MRS. PETER PETERSEN 

MR. & MRS. STEAD W. RODGERS 

SUSAN AND DON ROMANO 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES SKULSKY 

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT E. SULLIVAN 

MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM S. THOMPSON 

THE TRIBUNA FAMILY 

MR. & MRS. ALLAN VIDEN 

MR. & MRS. ARCHIE WALSH 

MERCEDES AND JAMES WAPLES 

WYONEGONIC CAMPS — DENMARK, MAINE 



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THE STAFF THANKS 

THE SPONSORS 

AND THE MERCHANTS 




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May your journey along the path of life be as smooth 

and graceful as a birds flight. 



Good Luck Seniors 

Pat Connolly 

Dodge-Murphy Studios 



Best Wishes to 
The Class of 1984 

Young-At-Heart-Theatre 



Good Luck to 
The Class of 1984 

Noble's Camera Shop 

Cohasset/Hingham 



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Good Luck To The Class 
Of 1984 

Jakes Seafood 

Nantasket Lobster Pound 



LOUISE DUFFEY TRAVEL, INC. 

107 South Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

TRAVEL WITH PEACE OF MIND 

749-9500 



Congradulations 

To The Class 

Of 1984 

Hennessy's News 

118 North St 
Hingham, Ma. 




MOfM 

Chinese & Fbtynesian Restaurant 

198 Whiting St , Rte 53, So Hingham, Ma 0204.^ 
Exit 29 S. E. Expressway 
749-6957 



Luncheon* Cocktails • Dinner • Banquet Faclities 
Catering Service & Take-outs 




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7-EUVEn 

FREEDOM. 



EVERYDAY LOW PRICES 



7-Eleven Food Store 

43 Whiting Street 
Hingham 

Offering You Friendly 
Convenient Service 

Service — 24 hrs a day 




antiouca 



66 SOUTH ST 
HINGHAM SQUARE 
MASSACHUSETTS 



Congratulations 

Seniors 

dG South St. 

Hingham Square 



Hours 10 — 4 
Sat. 11—4 

^J\e flew 1 v^onsignnienl Qjhop 5 Main Street 

Better Clothes & Brie A Brae Hingham, Ma 02043 

749-2526 




CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES 

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE 

GRADUATING CLASS OF 1984 

(SENATOR ALLAN R MCKINNON) 



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Schnabel Galleries 

46 South Street 
Hingham, MA 02043 

Tel (617)749-3671 

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 

9:30-5:00 



FINE ART and CUSTOM FRAMING 

PHOTO FRAMES-NIELSON FRAME KITS 

GRAPHIC ART and REPRODUCTIONS 

See our excellent range of work by Boston area artists 
in historic Hingham Square. 



WILLIAM F. WALLACE 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 
30 NORTH STREET, HINGHAM, MA 02043 



(617)749-7740 



MEMBER MASS. 
AND FLORIDA BARS 



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BOWL & BOARD 

HANDCRAFTED HOUSEWARES 

BUTCHER BLOCK & HARDWOOD FURNITURE 
WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR & ACCESSORIES 




Locations in 
CAMBRIDGE 1063Mass Ave 661-0350 

HINGHAM 140 North St 749-5451 

VINEYARD HAVEN Mam St 693 944 1 



Walsh & Packard Inc. 

Established 1927 

HARDWARE DEALERS 

South Street, Hingham, Massachusetts 

02043 

TEL. 749-1447 



HOUSEWARES 
DEVOE PAINTS 



ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
POWER TOOLS 



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J^in^ham (Dptira! Shnfjpr 

EYEGUSS PRESCBIPTIONS FILLED 
PBOMPT REPAIRS 



53 SOUTH STREET 
HINGHAM. MASS 



OHice Supplies 
OHice Furniture 
Office Machines 



HINGHAM BUSINESS MACHINE INC. 
^ARSH FIELD OFFICE SUPPLY CO. INC. 



749-1801 
834-7991 



Brighams 

Icecream — Candy 

Sandwiches 

37 Main St. 

Hingham, Ma. 



INSTALLATIONS 



HINGHAM CARPET SHOP 

102 NORTH STREET 
HINGHAM. MASS. 02043 



EUGENE CONROY 




52 South Sireat 

Hingham, MA 02043 

617-7490480 




Bookshop 



9 Mam Street 
Hingham, Mass 02043 

749-0005 



[Q 

REALTOR' 



GREG HALL ASSOCIATES 

24 North Street Hingham. Mass 02043 (517) 749-3405 



THAYER PHARMACY OF HINGHAM 



31-35 MAIN ST. 



"WHERE BETTER HEALTH COST YOU LESS" 



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(617) 749-9760 



MOTOBECANE • UNIVEGA 



"Jtee WkeeCcn ' Q^dez^ 

BICYCLE SALES & SERVICE 



ROLLY LACEY 
Owner 



38 NORTH ST 
HINGHAM. MA 02043 




Elizabeth R. Crane 

PRESIDENT 



TEL. 749-0335 




GIFT SHOP 



(617) 749-8879 




JACQUES & SOLANGE BONNICHON 
69 WATER STREET, HINGHAM HARBOR, MA 02043 



(6171 749-7585 



HARBOUR VALET 



PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEANERS 



14 NORTH STREET 

GRANARY MARKETPLACE 

HINGHAM. MA 02043 



ALL DRY CLEANING DONE ON THE PREMISES 



ONE HOUR SERVICE TIL 5 p.m. 



TAILORING & ALTERATIONS 



HiNGHAM JE^VELERS 



ANGELO A. MANJOS 
617-749-2108 



54 SOUTH ST. 
HINGHAM, MASS. 02043 



BARE COVE TRAVEL AGENCY 

"For all your travel needs" 

Air — Cruise — Amtrak — Tours 

749-7750 

Best wishes to the class of 1984 




TEL 749-0109 



G^id&i Tmi Skof, 3m. 



HINGHAM FASHION CENTER 



8 MAIN ST. 



HINGHAM. MASS. 02043 




Handcrafted Jewelry 
Gifts 
Cards 



57 South Streef 
Hingham, Mass. 02043 



749-2656 



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To The Hingham High Class Of 1984 
Best Wishes! 

As You Rapidly Rise To The Top Of Your Profession 

Remember 

Haff Business Forms Inc 



59 Water St. 
Hingham, Ma. 

749-4456 



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Congratulations 

To The Class Of 

1984 

May Success Be 
Yours 




Hingham 

Institution 
For Savings 

Incorporated 1834 



55 Main St., Hingham, Ma. 749-2200 

Central Street Drive-in 749-0209 

788 Washington St., Hanover, Ma. 826-5151 

401 Nantasket Ave., Hull, Ma. 925-2600 

37Whiting St., So. Hingham 749-2262 



Deposits Insured in Full Under Massachusetts Law 



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